A lawsuit in New Mexico alleges a prominent Navajo businessman conspired with a Southern California entrepreneur to lure Chinese immigrants to an illicit marijuana operation, kept them from leaving and never paid them.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children is likely headed back to the Supreme Court after a federal judge ruled it illegal. Advocates say the Biden administration has to take steps to protect recipients.
The new bill aims to create harsher punishments for drivers fleeing law enforcement within 100 miles of the border, where Ciscomani says CBP agents engage in high-speed pursuits of vehicles suspected of transporting undocumented people.
Trail cameras set up by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have caught images of a wild jaguar twice this year. The federal agency’s database shows two sightings from 2023 — both in the Huachuca Mountains in southern Arizona.
The first cowboys in the Americas were likely enslaved Africans, and their own cattle herds may have been brought over with them. So suggests an analysis of 400-year-old cattle DNA from Mexico and the island of Hispaniola.
Migrant encounters at the southern border surged in August, to almost 233,000 for the month, with the Tucson sector posting the highest numbers in the nation for the second straight month, according to Customs and Border Protection.
In 2022, a fire tore through 40 square miles of the eastern slopes of the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff, burning away the trees and grasses that bolster the hills’ resilience against rainwater runoff. Since then, county officials have raced against more rain to control that runoff.
The Williams Ranger District resumed fuels reduction work on the Kaibab National Forest on Monday. The U.S. Forest Service typically burns the Moonset Pit waste pile in the winter, but fire managers say an earlier burn could be beneficial for the forest.
The Show spoke with Government Accountability Office director of Natural Resources and Environment Anna Maria Ortiz about what she and her team discovered in an investigation on the environmental effects of former President Donald Trump's border wall.
It’s been almost a year since the Biden administration began rolling out a program to allow Cubans and others to apply to come to the U.S. Serguei Josevich Rodriguez remembers that moment well. Moments later, his phone was buzzing with calls from friends and family back home in Cuba.
For months, fraudulent sober living homes have targeted tribal communities across the western United States, coercing vulnerable Native American people into coming to facilities in Phoenix. A victims’ advocate says grassroots organizations like hers have been relying on social media to connect Native families looking for loved ones who’ve ended up unhoused.